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Phil GoldstoneCURTAIN AT EIGHT video quality upgrade

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This print is noticeably sharper and with better shadow detail than the other version here at IA.

A backstage whodunit featuring C Aubrey Smith, Dorothy Mackaill and Paul Cavanagh. However, the cast is frequently upstaged by a lovestruck chimp who sadly is unnamed and uncredited.

Directed by E Mason Hopper
Released in 1933
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This movie is part of the collection: Picfixer Feature Film Collection

Producer: Phil Goldstone
Production Company: Magestic Pictures
Audio/Visual: sound, B&W
Keywords: whodunits; backstage mysteries; C Aubrey smith; Dorothy Mackaill; Paul Cavanagh; chimpanzee (uncredited)

Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0


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Reviewer: palos verdes - - January 25, 2014
Subject: Dinner At Primate
The unnamed chimp in the film was once a scion of a Boston Brahmin family that had fallen into disesteem due to his bad reputation with cards and women. He was known everywhere in Beantown as Cheater, and was always seen playing catch in his yahd summers, though he always spent his winters in Yumer, Arizona.

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